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post #76 of 6654
A couple days ago I bought

Merzbow - Pulse Demon
Soilent Green - Sewn Mouth Secrets
DJ Shadow - Endtroducing
post #77 of 6654
Wow, this thread is perfect -- I just picked up 5 cd's tonight

*Sarah McLachlan - surfacing
*Eagles - hell freezes over
*Hootie & the Blowfish - cracked rear view
*David Gray - new day at midnight
*Miles Davis - kind of blue
post #78 of 6654
This'll prolly make me look like an idiot with no taste (a few mistakes )

East West - The Light in Guinevere's Garden (Mostly good, a Christian band...about 2/3 is screaming stuff, a few rock, and oddly enough, 2 cheesy pop-rock songs and one decent pop-rock song )
Earshot - Letting Go (Not bad)
Trust Company - The Lonely Position of Neutral (Ugh, only 2 decent songs)
Blindside - Silence (I got lots of playtime outta this one)

And I can't remember which of these two is the first of the last five I bought:

Thursday - Full Collapse (got lots of play time, but only a few standout songs amid "whatever" songs)
Injected - Burn it Black (so-so album, haven't listened to it a lot (mp3s of this are better than the album, IMO, before the messed with the sound a bit))
post #79 of 6654

Just the best of the newest melodic but hard Christian Rock

Daily Planet - Hero
(my favorite, just plain great)

The Elms - Truth, Soul, Rock & Roll
(the Christian response to Hives, Vines & Stripes)

Jeremy Camp - Stay
(think in Creed singer going solo and more pop)

Tree63 - The Life & Times of Absolute Truth
(a little crazy and FUN rock band)

Lifehouse - Stanley Climbfall
(vey unique, dark and deep, but with hope)

(By the way, I'd have to post a entire new thread for the Team CCM with my reviews.)

post #80 of 6654
Polygon Window - Surfing on Sine Waves
Fennesz - Endless Summer
Mouse on Mars - Iaora Tahiti
Sonic Youth - Daydream Nation
Mad Professor - Dubbing You Crazy
post #81 of 6654
I just got home from a trip out of state. This is what came home with me.
Emperor-Anthems to the Welkin at Dusk
Iron Butterfly-In-A-Gadda-Da-Vida (Newly remastered box edition)
Dave Mathews Band-Busted Stuff
AC/DC-Bonfire box set
A Concrete Corner free promo CD
and then there was the box that came in the mail today (now yeterday) that contained
Mithotyn-King of the Distant Forest
Kalmah-They Will Return
Katatonia-Brave Murder Day

A good haul for one day.
post #82 of 6654
Had a bit of a splurge this week and have just gotten:

Lady In Satin - Billie Holliday
Otis Blue - Otis Redding
Godfather - James Brown
Don't Give Up On Me - Solomon Burke
Naturally - J J Cale
Dusty In Memphis - Dusty Springfield

Sound As Ever
post #83 of 6654

Thank the Maker for Half.com

Since I joined this forum two weeks ago I have been haunting Half.com and Amazon daily...here's my latest 5...

Clint Black D'Lectrified
Bruce Springsteen & E Sreet Band Live in NY SACD
Band of Brothers soundtrack
Philip Glass Einstein on the Beach 1993 studio recoding
Leonard Bernstein American in Paris/Rhapsody in Blue/Grand Canyon Suite SACD
post #84 of 6654
Hmm well I know many of you look down your nose at movie scoring, but...

Lord of the Rings - Fellowship, Two Towers
Eminem - 8 Mile
Royksöpp - Meloday A.M.
The Hives - Veni Vidi Vicious
The Strokes - Is this it
NIN - And all that could have been
And hiding in the back of a store I got to replace my long lost..
Concrete Blonde - Still in Hollywood

edit - Argh! I forgot to add the all important -
Ultra Bra - Sinä päivänä kun synnyin

And I have a DCI dvd on order. It's some of the best shows of the 80s like Madison 88 and SCV '89 - www.dci.org
post #85 of 6654
It was a good week for jazz vinyl:

Oscar Peterson: The Way I Really Play
Oscar Peterson: My Favorite Instrument
Oscar Peterson Trio: Live from Chicago
Bill Evans: Interplay
Bill Evans: Montreux III
Cannonball Adderley Quintet: In San Francisco
Charlie Parker: Live Sessions
Charlie Parker: The Essential Charlie Parker
Chet Atkins: Progressive Pickin'
Coleman Hawkins: Hawk in Germany
Coleman Hawkins: With Ben Webster
Coleman Hawkins: And Benny Carter
Dizzy Gillespie: Groovin' High
Dizzy Gillespie/Charlie Parker: Live in Paris 1953
George Adams: Sound Suggestions
Jimmy Smith: Any Number Can Win

post #86 of 6654
More used 1980's hair metal CDs yesssssssssss....... \m/ \m/

Lita Ford - Dancing on the Edge
Twisted Sister - Under the Blade
Kix - Blow my Fuse
Krokus - Headhunters
Lynch Mob - Wicked Sensation
Def Leppard - High n Dry

I have to dig deep because I have all the usual suspects already.
If anyone wants my "hair metal to dye for" top 10 list let me know.
post #87 of 6654
20-bit remaster replacements:

Thelonios Monk - "Misterioso"
John Coltrane - "Blue Train"

New additions (for me):

Tomasz Stanko - "Leosia"
Tomasz Stanka - "Litania"
Thelonious Monk - "Monk"
John Coltrane - "Lush Life"
Vaughn Williams - "Fantasia"
Artur Rubinstein - "#48; Chopin Polinaise"

The above are all excellent. Still "chewing" on these last two:

Future Sound of London - "Lifeforms"
The Orb - "Adventures Beyond the Ultraworld"
post #88 of 6654
I think these are my newest:

Absurd Minds - Master Builder (single)
Hocico - Signos de Aberracion
Covenant - Northern Light
Project Pitchfork - Inferno
Decoded Feedback - Bio-Vital

I got those quite a few months ago, though. I have a few more CDs on the way from Germany.
post #89 of 6654
Originally posted by Old Pa
New additions (for me):

Tomasz Stanko - "Leosia"
Tomasz Stanka - "Litania"
Thelonious Monk - "Monk"
John Coltrane - "Lush Life"
Vaughn Williams - "Fantasia"
Artur Rubinstein - "#48; Chopin Polinaise"

The above are all excellent. Still "chewing" on these last two:

Future Sound of London - "Lifeforms"
The Orb - "Adventures Beyond the Ultraworld"
Nice dichotomy between the former and the latter (groups, that is). What do you think of FSOL and the Orb?

- Chris
post #90 of 6654
Just got an sacd player over the weekend (thanks again, Mr_Happy - I'm loving it ), so my 5 newest cds are all SACD:

Miles Davis - Kind of Blue (my God this is amazing!)
Vladimir Horowitz - Chopin, Schumann, Rachmaninoff, Liszt
Beck - Sea Change
Mussorgsky - Night On Bald Mountain, Pictures At An Exhibition (Telarc)
Ling Ling - Rachmaninoff Piano Concerto #3, Scriabin Etudes (Telarc)
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